University Guidelines on marking coursework
Student Lived Experiences about Assessment and Feedback
The animated video below describes the experiences of neurodivergent students experiences assessment and feedback. Student quotes are from the WIHEA-funded project on the academic experiences of neurodivergent experiences (click here for report) and the animation is prepared by Undergraduate Research Assistant Robyn Ellison.
Staff Exemplar: Feedback Toolkit
This booklet has been written and designed for undergraduate students by a third year Warwick psychology student, Calvin Deans-Browne and Dr Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson to offer some advice on what to do with the feedback. You can add a link to the toolkit on your moodle pages/departmental pages.
Staff Exemplar: Exams and Reasonable Adjustments.
Staff Exemplar: Coursework and Reasonable Adjustments.
The EAT Framework is an inclusive approach to enhancing assessment and feedback at individual, module, programme, faculty, and university-wide levels. Click here to find out more Link opens in a new window
- video collectionLink opens in a new window from the University of Plymouth on inclusive assessment
- Assignment Brief DesignLink opens in a new window website
- Inclusive Assessment in Higher Education: A Resource for Change [pdf]Link opens in a new window University of Plymouth
- Classroom Discussion Assessment and Reflection [pdf]Link opens in a new window Adrienne Christiansen, Macalester College
- Assess compassion in Higher Education? Why and how would we do that?Link opens in a new window Dr Theo Gilbert, University of Hertfordshire
- Assessment Toolkit: Grading Class participationLink opens in a new window
- Suggested techniques for making assessment more inclusive and effective can be found in Nicol and Macfarlane-Dick's Practical recommendations for making feedback more student-centred [pdf
- Development teaching-toolkit for inclusive learning and teaching: making assessment and-feedback inclusive.